The system cannot find the path specified

I recently installed sourcetree and git. Whenever I change branches, checkout an existing branch, or push to the remote I receive the message "The system cannot find the path specified". So far the action has always completed with no issue though. I am using ssh and the remote is part of stash enterprise.

I receive the same message in SourceTree and in the shell. When I open SourceTree it queries for my ssh password and accepts it with no issue.

I am using OpenSSh if that matters

What am I missing on my setup?

Git version: 1.9.4

SourceTree version: 1.5.2.0

2 answers

I found the issue, a few hooks had incorrect paths. I updated the hooks and all is working now.

Thanks for the help anyway.

Can you copy and paste a larger portion of the output of one of the commands?

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